|Title:||Graduate Assistant Coach|
Corrie Brooks is in her first year as a graduate assistant coach under Mike Davenport at the University of North Georgia.
Brooks makes her way from Lake Placid, Fla. where she helped coach at Timber Creek High School while serving as the Agriculture Teach and Future Farmers of America (FFA) advisor at Corner Lake Middle School.
Prior to her time at Timber Creek and Corner Lake, Brooks was a four-year letterwinner and two-time Southeastern Conference Academic Honor Roll (2007, 2010) honoree at the University of Florida where she was started her career in the outfield before moving to third base for her last three years. She was an integral part to the Gators’ success that included winning back-to-back SEC tournament championships in 2008 and 2009 as well as the regular season crown in 2009. During her time, the Gators made three Women’s College World Series appearances that saw them finish third in 2008, second in 2009 and fifth in 2010.
Brooks finished her time at Florida second all-time in games played (271), fourth in career sacrifice hits (28), sixth in sacrifice flies (8) and assists (349), seventh in games started (259) and 10th in home runs (26). During her sophomore campaign, she set a sophomore class record with 158 assists. The mark is also second all-time for assists in a single season.
She graduated in 2010 from Florida with a Bachelors of Science in Agriculture.